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Kern County Car Campgrounds


A total of 6 Kern County Car Campgrounds are currently available. ×
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Caballo Campground South Los Padres
5850 ft. • Kern County • Mt. Pinos Ranger District • Car Campground
Pinon Pine covered Caballo Campground is located about a half mile north of Noroeste Road along Quatal Canyon Road (9N27).  9N27 is an unimproved road which can be difficult for some vehicles.  Caballo is Spanish for horse and…
Campo Alto Campground South Los Padres
8250 ft. • Kern County • Mt. Pinos Ranger District • Car Campground
Campo Alto is a car campground located at the top of Cerro Noroeste in the Mt. Pinos region of the Los Padres National Forest.  Located at 8.250ft, the campground is shaded by a thick blanket of Jeffrey pine and offers great views of the Los Padres and surrounding areas. Campo Alto supports…
Cherry Creek Campground South Los Padres
5200 ft. • Kern County • Mt. Pinos Ranger District • Car Campground
Located above Cuddy Valley near Frazier Park in the Mt. Pinos Area, this is a car camp located at the end of Chery Creek Road (20W20) which should only be used by four wheel drive capable vehicles.
Marian Campground South Los Padres
6600 ft. • Kern County • Mt. Pinos Ranger District • Car Campground
A small camp with Big Views, this camp is located on Brush Mountain in Southern California's Kern County, a little north of Ventura County. It's located a few miles west northwest of San Emigdio Mountain. The mountain is in the Los Padres National Forest.
Mc Gill Campground South Los Padres
7500 ft. • Kern County • Mt. Pinos Ranger District • Car Campground
Car campground nearly atop Mt Pinos in the Southern Los Padres National Forest.  This camp is famous for star gazing, escaping the heat in the summer and snow play in the winter.
Pleito Creek Campground South Los Padres
5200 ft. • Kern County • Mt. Pinos Ranger District • Car Campground
Camp located north of Cuddy Valley along Pleito Creek.  Pleito Creek Camp is surrounded by some large peaks including Antimony and Escapula.  It appears to be accessed via an OHV road.  More information is needed.
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